Supporters are asked to note our mid week friendly will now take place on Thursday evening with Banbridge Town providing the opposition. Kick off time and admission charges remain the same: 7.45pm and £5 Adult and £3 Concession.
There is top class international action at Mourneview Park this Tuesday afternoon when the Northern Ireland Women’s under 19 team take on Turkey in a warm up game for this year’s European Championship which is being held in Northern Ireland in August. A number of the games are scheduled for MVP.
Kick off on Tuesday afternoon is at 3:00pm.
League of Ireland champions Dundalk – undoubtedly the most high profile club north or south of the border in 2016 due to their European exploits – will play Glenavon at Mourneview Park on Monday night. The game is part of Dundalk’s build up to the new League of Ireland season which commences on 24 February.
Update: Dundalk will be bringing the League of Ireland Trophy to MVP tonight and it, along with the Irish Cup, will be available after tonight’s game in the Boardroom for a photo opportunity. If you are interested please speak to Eddie Drury.
Dundalk have won three successive Premier League championships (2014, 2015 and 2016) and were also FAI Cup winners in 2015. Managed by Stephen Kenny their squad contains some of the top names in League of Ireland football including former Portadown defender Brian Gartland.
This is a unique opportunity for supporters to see a team widely acknowledged as one of the finest in post war League of Ireland football.
Former Dundalk and Glenavon player John Murphy will be at Mourneview Park as part of the Dundalk FM media team. Murphy was Captain of the 1963 Dundalk League Championship winning side and, after joining Glenavon in 1964, went on to make 93 appearances in two seasons for the Lurgan Blues. He won an Irish Cup runners-up medal in the 1965 Irish Cup Final against Coleraine and a winners medal in the 1966 City Cup. He also represented the Irish League against the Scottish League at Hampden.
He returned to Dundalk in 1968 and ended his career with a couple of seasons with Newry Town in the Intermediate League.
The game will kick-off at 7.45pm. Admission £7 adult and £5 concession.
Glenavon was second out of the hat in tonight’s draw for the 6th round of the Tennent’s Irish Cup, being handed an away tie at Holm Park to face Armagh City who defeated Trojans 2-1 in today’s 5th Round match.
The 6th Round games will be played on Saturday 4th February.
Our Reserves entertain Ballymena United Reserves this Wednesday evening at MVP. Kick off is at 7:45 pm with free admission.